HDR Was Planned Already For IPhone 3GS?

Posted: Sep 30 2010, 3:03am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

 
HDR was planned already for iPhone 3GS?
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Evidence unearthed that Apple HDR photography was already in the cards for 3GS.

Apple released HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography in iOS 4.1. iPhone 4 owners can benefit from this new feature to take brighter photos in darker settings. 9to5Mac reports about evidence that Apple has at least planned to bring HDR already to the iPhone 3GS.

HDR icons have been spotted in the SKD and one is supposed to be optimized for non-Retina Displays. This could mean Apple prepared the HDR feature for the previous iPhone. If Apple is enabling HDR on the iPhone 3GS is unclear. It is pure speculation at this point if this evidence has any meaning for HDR on the iPhone 3GS. There are still tons of iPhone 3GS owners out there, me included, that would like to have as many iPhone 4 features as possible on the 3GS.

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